Gaza in Flames; Russia Tested Missile System; Iran is Lying About its Nuclear Programme

PANAGYURISHTE, (BM) – Your briefly report on November 12 in last twelve hours from BulgarianMilitary.com:

Gaza in flames as Israel kills senior Islamic Jihad official

Israel targeted 2 senior Islamic Jihad officials early this morning, one in Gaza and another in Syria.

Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh condemns the Israeli “aggression” against Palestinians in Gaza, which he says will “fortify the alliance of the resistance factions.”

Palestinians killed in a fresh round of Israeli air strikes. Netanyahu is planning a new attack.

The European Union called on Israel and Hamas to scale back the violence following the killing of Abu Al-Ata by Israel in eastern Gaza this morning.

Missile corvette Ingushetia tests Kalibr missile system during Black Sea trials

The crew of the small missile corvette Ingushetia successfully tested the Kalibr cruise missile system and the artillery weapon during planned shipbuilders’ sea trials, Spokesman for the Black Sea Fleet Alexei Rulyov said on Tuesday.

During the check of the ship’s armament, the crew test-fired a Kalibr missile mock-up from the missile system’s silo and also delivered verification artillery fire against notional naval and coastal targets, the spokesman said.

“The test results have not revealed any drawbacks in the operation of the ship’s armament,” the spokesman stressed.

Earlier, the ship’s crew checked the reliability of the vessel’s propulsion unit, the steering system, auxiliary mechanisms, communications and navigation equipment and other shipborne systems and armament. The sailors together with the shipbuilders also assessed the ship’s seagoing performance, its controllability and stability, propulsion qualities and inertial properties.

Saudi Arabia says Iran being ‘deceptive’ on nuclear programme

Saudi Arabia’s cabinet on Tuesday said Iran was being “deceptive and evasive” about its nuclear programme and accused it of delaying giving information to the U.N. atomic watchdog, Reuters reported.

A cabinet statement carried on the state Saudi Press Agency also called on Iran to cooperate fully with the International Atomic Energy Agency and its inspectors.

Last week Iran resumed enrichment at its underground Fordow nuclear facility, banned under a 2015 nuclear deal with major powers.

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